If you’re looking for an African safari that has it all, we have found it for you. Spend seven glorious days and nights in Zambia at a luxury lodge hosted by some of the most acclaimed guides, photographers and naturalists on the continent. Baroque Travel can organize this for you
Explore Zambia’s legendary South Luangwa National Park as guest of some of Africa’s most famous photographers, naturalists and guides. Stay at the magical Mfuwe Lodge with these esteemed experts including the elephants that live at the lodge, who are the highlight of a stay here. You will embark on a journey of discovery into the vast wilderness of this famous national park, learn about the magic of the stars in the skies above you at night and learn all about the complexities that face nature conservation today in this wildlife paradise.
Each morning guests awaken at dawn and enjoy game viewing when it’s still cool and the light is picture-perfect. After a hearty breakfast, they embark on safari in four-wheel drive vehicles in search of photo opportunities. Meals are either superb dishes served at the lodge or enjoyed as a picnic. After a welcome afternoon nap, guests can relax or be pampered at the Bush Spa, soak up the sun by the pool or read a book. After mid-afternoon tea and snacks, there are evening game drives before returning to the lodge for sundowners and a superb dinner.
This is the ideal opportunity to enjoy learning about life in the wilds, watching the animals that live in their natural habitat (including the elephants at the lodge) and finding out all about photography at the same time. In addition, accommodation is comfortable and luxurious, the food is excellent, service is personalized and the knowledge you will glean is something that will stay with you for the rest of your life.
The trip features professional advice on photography, learning about astronomy and wildlife conservation, which includes talks and presentations on preserving Zambia’s wildlife heritage. Guests can also enjoy visits to learn more about the community, how they live and work. They will visit a craft center to watch local artisans and artists at work, and have the opportunity to purchase their wares as gifts and souvenirs.